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East Garforth School (Garforth Colliery School), Christmas 1987

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East Garforth School (Garforth Colliery School), Christmas 1987
December 1987. Image shows East Garforth School formerly known as Garforth Colliery School. The photograph was taken at Christmas 1987 as the school was about to close and the children were due to transfer to an adjacent building. The windows show a display of work created by pupils in celebration of the history of their school which was built in 1843. The Gascoigne family, local landowners and owners of the Garforth Collieries, provided the school to educate the families of the miners in their employ. The building, situated in Aberford Road, East Garforth, was subsequently converted to a branch of the Aagrah, a 150 seater Indian Restaurant.

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